The 2014 National Electrical Code training course is not only being upgraded but also updated. Our NEC training course is intended to do a lot more than instruct about what changes have taken place since the last National Electrical Code. This interactive course is designed for electrical professionals who are either at an introductory level or who are experienced in working with electrical systems who want to learn not only the rules but the intention behind the rules. By the end of the course, students will significantly increase their knowledge, skill level and confidence when it comes to understanding the 2014 NEC.

Also, our course will instruct electrical professionals on how to access and navigate through the 2014 National Electrical Code in a cost-efficient manner. Make sure that your organization is in compliance now so you can avoid reworking your electrical systems,
after failing an inspection!  Ampacity determination for sizing conductors, selecting overcurrent protection and grounding
is used in this practical course. The definitions of electrical terms, requirements for electrical installations, such as branch circuits
and grounding systems; wiring methods, materials, design and protection, voltage drop, neutral load and other calculations; motors
and motor circuits; hazardous locations and more will be studied in this course.

This interactive 2-Day Course will instruct industrial, commercial and institutional electrical professionals and electrical professionals on:

1. Understanding the most recent changes to the 2014
National Electrical Code and individual state amendments.
2. Code Interpretation: How to most effectively interpret
the 2014 National Electrical Code in order to properly comply.
3. How to navigate and access the NEC Rules accurately and time-effectively.

This course is designed to be an interactive, problem solving,
learning environment for delegates of all disciplines.
The positive outcome of this training is to improve the
quality of installations and to pass electrical inspection
with fewer deficiencies. It means working more
efficiently and productively, saving time, energy, and

• Develop a realistic risk assessment, ensuring proper personnel safety
• Eliminate hours of engineering time and prevent costly mistakes
• Assure electrical system reliability
• Provide documentation and labeling for your Arc Flash Hazard Safety Program
• Avoid unnecessary costs from over specification of gear, providing higher potential worker productivity
• Understand short circuit study fundamentals
• Understand arc flash study fundamentals
• Comply with standards for limits of approach
• Produce arc flash labeling
• Perform arc flash approach boundary calculations and more!

• Electricians
• Industrial, Commercial and Institutional Electrical Engineers
• Plant Supervisors
• Electrical and Electronic Technicians
• Consulting Electrical Engineers
• Industrial Electrical Maintenance Personnel
• Anyone involved in the design, installation, maintenance and inspection of electrical equipment

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